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Online Research using case # to find Own

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Online Research using case # to find Owner’s personal info, property info and auction date

 

DO NOT APPLY AND IF YOU ARE NOT AN EXPERT IN EXCELL, DATA RESEARCH ONLINE

 

VA is responsible for doing research online. VA will search for information about people and their home address/billing address.

 

NOTE: I will not hire any VA until VA has demonstrated can perform this task. So please do not ask for contracts or orders if I have not approved your performance in doing this job. Thanks

 

The search will be focus on each county in the state of Texas. VA must have a very good understanding of US geography. VA should know what a state is, a county, a city, a zip code, and the abbreviations of each state. I have no time to teach these basics concepts.

 

VA will search for personal data in each county. Each county has many different departments and each county holds the personal data in a different way, so VA will need to learn how to find the personal data in each county.

 

In a general term, VA will be looking at the following departments/links:

Appraiser

Recordings of documents in the Clerk of court

Civil and family cases #

 

I will provide a spreadsheet with the county and the case #, and maybe also with the owner’s name and owner address. The spreadsheet will also have the auction date. VA will complete this spreadsheet with:

 

1. Full Name of the owner

2. Home address/billing address of the owner

3. Parcel ID/Account Number of the property that was auctioned.

4. Address of the property related to the case #

5. Auction date

 

Note: Case # is related to a property that was auction in the past. The spreadsheet I will provide most of the time will have the auction date in it. So, it’s possible that the home address/billing address of the owner be the same as the address of the property that was auction. The property that was auction will have a case number, and that is the case # I will be providing.

 

VA will be provided in a spreadsheet with a county name and a case #, and sometimes with a full name of the person and the home address/billing address we are looking for. Once the VA has the case #, then VA will use the case # and search in the civil and family link of that specific county, to look for the case #. Once the case # is entered in the link, then VA will be able to obtain the “Defendant” name, which is the owner we are looking for, but the court will call the owner “Defendant”.

 

If my spreadsheet provides the full name of the owner, then VA will also have the option to look for the owners information in the Recordings of documents in the Clerk of court. The Recording page will have a document showing the owners name, address, auction date, Property #/Account # and address of the property that was auction. If the address of the property is not shown in the Recorded document, then with the Parcel ID/Account Number, VA can find the full address in the Appraiser’s web page of that county.

 

VA will start immediately working on the cases from the following counties:

Bastrop

Caldwell 

Callahan

Dallas

Denton

Ector

El Paso

Ellis

Galveston

Gray

Grimes

Hill

Medina

Nueces

Smith

Tarrant

Webb

 

I will also provide many counties link for the Appraiser, Recordings of documents in the Clerk of court, and Civil and family cases # that will save VA some online searching time.

 

I also will provide some screenshots explaining how to do this job. I do not have a screenshot for every county. I have no time for so much explanation. VA will need to be savvy and skillful enough to be able to resolve issues without my assistance.

 

This is the summary of docs I will provide VA:

1. Spreadsheet with the Cases #

2. Links to many counties Appraiser, Recordings of documents in the Clerk of court, Civil and family cases #

3. A spreadsheet with case# when the property was auction. This spreadsheet might have the Owner’s name, Owner’s address/billing address, Property address that was auction, and Parcel ID/Account # of the property

4. Screenshots explaining how to search for some of the cases.

 

Finally, after VA has proven to be an expert in doing this job, I will pay the VA $0.3 (US dollars) per case #, meaning the VA will need to return the spreadsheet I sent with the 5 items listed above, which are:

1. Full Name of the owner

2. Home address/billing address of the owner

3. Parcel ID/Account Number of the property that was auctioned.

4. Address of the property related to the case #

5. Auction date

 

If the county does not show any information regarding the owner, then VA will make a note on the specific cell of the spreadsheet under column Owners name: “Owner’s name not found by VA”

 

If the address of the owner is not shown in any page of the county, then VA will write under the column “Owner’s address” “Owner’s address not found by VA”.

 

I will still review in the county’s web pages to double check if the missing information the VA reports as missing, its actually missing, before making a payment.

 

Sometimes VA will be able to find more than 1   Owner’s address/billing address. IN that case, in the spreadsheet I will provide, it will have 2 sections to enter both addresses, one will be called “Main Address” and the other section will be called “Secondary address” 

 

If VA is able to find some owner’s next of kin information, then VA will also enter that information into the spreadsheet in a section call “Next of kin information”.

 

Lastly, I will not accept any online spreadsheet. The only spreadsheet I will accept is the one I send attached to the email. Once VA has done the update, VA will return my spreadsheet attached to the email. Any online or link spreadsheet will be rejected and not accepted.

 

 

Thanks

 

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Edward C United States